Loitering with Intent - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Towards the end of November, Fleur had begun taking Lady Edwina out on Sunday afternoons, not only because it solved the problem of who was to care for her when her nurse was off duty and Sir Quentin and Mrs. Tims were off in the country together, but also because she genuinely liked the woman and she fit in very easily with her lifestyle. Fleur and her good friend Solly Mendelsohn would frequently take her for walks with them. Solly was a journalist who usually worked at night and Fleur almost always saw him only during the day. Lady Edwina was delighted with the discussions that took place between Solly and Fleur, and Solly soon took a liking to the eccentric old woman. Solly had found a publisher willing to take on Fleur's Warrender Chase, but during one of their walks, they all...

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